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Spirituals and Gospel Music Performance Practice spirituals and gospel music performance practice
This book outlines methods in which to develop a curriculum in Gospel Music and Spirituals. Along with discussing the performance practices of Spirituals and Gospel Music, this book also explores the ways in which the teaching of Gospel Music and Spirituals can be used as a conduit to bridge ethnic, cultural, and racial divides. There are cultures that embrace the written or visual learning tradition, while others lean more heavily toward the aural or oral learning tradition. As a result, the perceived differences deriving from these two opposite learning traditions can often create both unconscious and conscious divisions among various cultural and ethnic groups. However, using teaching techniques and performance practices related to both Gospel Music and Spirituals (which use different although related learning approaches), one can create an opportunity to bridge the gap between the aural and visual learning traditions and can create an environment ripe for intra-cultural and cross-cultural communication.
4839 RUR
Illness and Healing in Gospel Music in Southwestern Nigeria spirituals and gospel music performance practice
This book discusses the concepts of illness and healing and also identifies factors responsible for the regular occurrence of the themes of illness and healing in the Nigerian gospel music recordings. The book further assess the relevance of the gospel musicians' perception of illness and healing to contemporary Nigerian socio-economic and political realities with a view to understanding the concepts and representations of illness and healing in Nigerian gospel music. Adopting the contextual, cultural-hermeneutical, musicological and discographical approaches, this book reveals that gospel musicians in Southwestern Nigeria which is representative of the whole country perceives illness not only as a state of physical disorder but also as any form of social disorder, dysfunction, failure or limitation. The prevailing socio-economic upheaval in Nigeria continues to make gospel music socially relevant as Nigerian music has not only become a tool for social commentary, but also helps to create an agenda for the perceived social reconstruction. This book is a study in Sociology of Religion; and relevant for students in the fields of sociology, music, history and religion.
5790 RUR
Searching for the Baroque spirit spirituals and gospel music performance practice
This research forms part of a larger original contribution to the field of piano performance practice.It investigates the search for the Baroque spirit in the performance of Baroque keyboard music on the modern day piano. Firstly the researcher describes, interprets and critiques the many dimensions of the authenticity debate,with special reference to the performance of Baroque keyboard music on the piano, an instrument that did not exist at the time when the music in question was written. Secondly, the researcher investigates and reflects on the general state of Baroque piano performance practice in South Africa today. Thirdly, the researcher provides her original contribution to the field of Baroque performance practice by analyzing the piano scores of the UNISA Grade A List,pre-Grade 1 to Grade 7, highlighting salient aspects pertaining to performance practice.She presents a teaching framework for the authentic performance practice of Baroque music for the pianoforte in a contemporary context. This presents a valuable and unique guide for both pianoforte teachers and lecturers, to assist pianists to prepare,interpret and perform Baroque music on the modern pianoforte.
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Instructive Editions and Piano Performance Practice: A Case Study spirituals and gospel music performance practice
Instructive editions: still frequently used in music teaching; rejected by musicology and by "serious" musicians as textually unreliable; silently adopted by many students and sometimes consulted by accomplished musicians... Although they are commonly found both on music shop shelves and on the music stand of many performers, they are rarely studied, discussed and analysed. This book studies the phenomenon of instructive editions from a plurality of viewpoints: what are they? which problems are posed by their use? how and how much are they used today? how, when and why were they born? And, most important of all: what can they tell us as concerns past performance practice? Indeed, instructive editions become formidable tools for the study of past performance, being the distillation of their editor's concept of the work. Their usefulness for studies in performance practice is shown through the analysis of Italian editions of Bach's Well-Tempered Keyboard, an iconic work in keyboard literature and an all-time favourite in performance and teaching. The author's personal experience as a concert pianist and teacher gives a further practical insight into the processes of music making.
7790 RUR
An Analysis of Schoenberg's and Messiaen's Selected Solo Piano Pieces spirituals and gospel music performance practice
University of Malaya Book Series on Research in Musicology is a collection of peer-reviewed papers by local and international scholars. This book aims to disseminate current research to both academicians and tertiary music students. Articles ranging from historical musicology, music technology, performance practice, music education, composition, ethnomusicology, music psychology and so forth grace the pages of our book series. In this series, our contributors are Loo Fung Chiat, Kim Bo-Kyung, Winny Tee Poai Wei and Loo Fung Ying.
4839 RUR
Effective Harp Pedagogy spirituals and gospel music performance practice
Since strategic practice is an area which is often understated or overlooked during tuition, students may have difficulty learning the music without a teacher’s direction. This research investigates the learning effectiveness of incorporating practice techniques into practice sessions. As a result, twenty practice techniques and four practice tools for harp learning and teaching have been collected. They are extremely useful for harpists from intermediate to advanced levels. These practice strategies had been incorporated into selective students’ learning process in 2010. Even though the need for each practice technique or tool is repertory dependent, the students who participated in this research have shown improvements in many aspects of their learning. This research was conducted for the purpose of identifying the means that will lead to a greater understanding of teaching and learning skills, and consequently to achieve a more effective practice and performance.
7790 RUR
The Gospel according to the Hebrews and the Gospel of the Ebionites spirituals and gospel music performance practice
The term Jewish-Christian Gospel is a modern category used to refer to three fragmentary texts, usually dated to the second century. This volume offers a critical edition of the Gospel of the Hebrews, the Gospel of the Nazaraeans, and the Gospel of the Ebionites.
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Changing Approaches to Musical Practice and Education spirituals and gospel music performance practice
University of Malaya Book Series on Research in Musicology is a collection of peer-reviewed papers by local and international scholars. This book aims to disseminate current research to both academicians and tertiary music students. Articles ranging from historical musicology, music technology, performance practice, music education, composition, ethnomusicology, music psychology and so forth grace the pages of our book series. In UM Book Series of Research in Musicology Vol.2, our contributors are Sergio Camacho, Chan Cheong Jan, Ahmad Faudzi Musib, Mohd Nasir Hashim, Loo Fung Ying, Sahar Sa''di Hashim and Juan Montoya who are local and international researchers.
5790 RUR